(Closed) Should I call about this job?

posted 6 years ago in Career
Post # 3
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9825 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper

Some people don’t like it, but I prefer email for follow ups on jobs I am really interested in. Sometimes if you  call it puts people on the spot. I like a short email basically saying

“Thank you for giving me the opportunity to interview with (insert name of company). I am writing to follow up on the status of my application. I feel I would be a great fit here. If a position should become available please keep me in mind.”

Then add your contact info, thank them again, hope for the best!

Post # 5
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

CALL (or email)!!!!! RIGHT NOW!!! You should have been following up every 2 weeks just to let the person know you are still interested in the position and you look forward to hearing their decision. There is 0 downside to following up every few weeks, it shows diligence and follow-through.

For my current position, I interviewed 3 times last May and then they had a downturn and a hiring freeze. I still continued to check in every 2-3 weeks, and 4 months later, they lifted the freeze and hired me. My Director said if I hadn’t followed-up, she would have assume I had moved on and they would have begun interviewing new applicants.

CONTACT THEM IMMEDIATELY!!!

Post # 7
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Buzzing Beekeeper

It took my husband 5 MONTHS to get in with his current job. He interviewed in March, he started a few weeks ago. Companies are taking their time in a major way. With all their financial cutbacks they want to make 10000% sure their investment in a candidate is worth it.

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